World Of Warcraft: Legion #2
By Matt Burns, David Kegg
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Deep within the night elven city of Suramar, home of the nightborne, the orc warlock Gul’dan issues a terrifying ultimatum: surrender the Nightwell, the source of their power, or see their homeland crushed beneath the heel of the Burning Legion. As evil descends, the grand magistrix must decide whether to trust her enemy or risk all to stand strong.
Summary from Goodreads.
I thought that after the first issue, this second issue of World Of Warcraft would make sense, but it didn’t even follow on from the first. That being said, this second issue made a lot more sense and I was able to follow it a lot easier than the first.
The storyline was a very simple one, where the leader of the elven city is forced to decide between two impossible choices. Both come with their risks and rewards, but which is decided someone will not agree with.
The artwork was a tad more inconsistent compared to the first issue. I found most things to be distracting, and I was struggling to find out what the focal point of each panel.
This second issue made more sense than the first, even though it does not apparently follow on from it.
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